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Patterns and trends in UK higher education 2017

21 July 2017
Jovan Luzajic, Senior Policy Analyst at Universities UK, discusses the key themes in UUK's latest Patterns and trends report.

What does the Longitudinal Education Outcomes data tell us?

13 June 2017
William Hammonds, Programme Manager at Universities UK, discusses what we can learn from new Longitudinal Education Outcomes data.

Tuition fees in the news: student participation and disadvantage

1 June 2017
Nicola Dandridge, Chief Executive of Universities UK, sets out the facts on student participation and disadvantage.

General election 2017: tuition fees under the spotlight

15 May 2017
Juile Tam, Assistant Director of Policy at Universities UK, discusses different policies on tuition fees and the implications for universities, government and students themselves.

How can universities help to attract and retain graduates in North East England?

27 April 2017
Ross Smith, Director of Policy at North East England Chamber of Commerce, outlines areas where universities could do more to help encourage graduates to stay to work in North East England

'Tuition fees hike' or inflationary catch-up?

26 April 2017
Julie Tam, Assistant Director of Policy at UUK, explains that, under new plans, there will be no wholesale hike in tutition fees in England.

Is skills education higher education's problem?

10 February 2017
Rod Bristow, President of Pearson UK & Core Markets, argues that the higher education sector is ideally placed to deliver on the industrial strategy.

Graduate earnings data is welcome but doesn't tell full story

1 December 2016
You may have noticed stories doing the rounds today about graduate earnings, employment rates and something called 'LEO'. So, what's this all about?

Why there aren’t 'too many graduates in the jobs market'

12 October 2016
Why the CIPD's latest report is wrong to suggest that there are too many graduates in the jobs market.

An employer perspective on social mobility: why we need to work together to give everyone a chance

11 October 2016
​It is a sad truth that the economic and social position of a student's family has the greatest impact on their access to university and their success while they are there.